Nigerian Armed Forces
Fulani socio-cultural association, Miyetti Allah Kautal Hore, has claimed that the police and other local security agencies were allegedly killing their members silently in communities in Zamfara, Benue and Plateau states.
Amnesty International has called on the ICC to start a full-blown investigation into atrocities allegedly committed in the Boko Haram insurgency, accusing the Nigerian government of failing to bring those responsible to justice.
The Women Arise for Change and Good Governance on Thursday, November 29, staged a rally in solidarity with Nigerian troops at the front-line in the northeast, paying glowing tributes to soldiers who recently lost their lives.
The report which was sent to Legit.ng on Wednesday, November 28, stated that some political players used the attack as part of their campaign for the 2019 elections, stressing that it poses the risk of validating Boko Haram.
The Nigerian Army has confirmed that 23 of its personnel were killed and 31 others wounded when Boko Haram terrorists attacked troops locations on Sunday, November 18 at Metele in the northeastern state of Borno.
President Muhammadu Buhari has returned to Abuja, the nation's capital, from Maiduguri, Borno state, where he ordered the military to eliminate all threats of Boko Haram, declaring that the war against terrorism is “a must win."